Yorkshire-based law firm Schofield Sweeney announces five new promotions.
Craig Burman, Simon Glazebook and Laura Salvati have been promoted to Partner. Daniel Bisby has been promoted to Associate and Susan Ram is now a Director.
Craig Burman heads up the Environmental & Regulatoryteam; previously a prosecutor at the Environmental Agency, he joined Schofield Sweeney in 2015. Craig advises public and private sector clients on contentious and non-contentious environmental matters, health and safety offences, flooding and drainage, food hygiene and regulatory compliance.
Laura Salvati joined Schofield Sweeney in 2012, shortly after qualification, and now heads up the Property Litigation team in Leeds. Laura acts for a broad range of clients including developers, national retailers, shopping centres and owner managed businesses.
Schofield Sweeney as a junior lawyer. Throughout my time here I have steadily
progressed, had excellent development opportunities and exposure to challenging
and exciting work. The firm continues to go from strength to strength and I am
delighted to be part of one of the leading law firms in Yorkshire.” Laura
Salvati, Partner, Property Litigation
Simon Glazebrook has been promoted to Partner in the Private Client team and heads up the firm’s Leeds offering.
Susan Ram was promoted to Director in the Residential Conveyancing team in Bradford.
Daniel Bisby’s promotion to Associate in the firm’s Corporate team is in recognition of his continued development within the team and follows another successful year which saw him take the lead on a multitude of transactions. Daniel has particular expertise in dealing with acquisitions and disposals within the financial services sector.
“I am really pleased to have been promoted within a great team at Schofield Sweeney, a firm who clearly recognise hard work and look after their employees” Daniel Bisby, Associate, Corporate.
Craig Burman, Partner, Environmental and Regulatory added “I am delighted to be part of Schofield Sweeney’s expansion of specialist legal services. It is an exciting time to be advising on the environment as the country prepares to leave the EU and the focus is more than ever on climate change-related issues.”